Unravel opens up the world to a little yarn doll, giving me a new appreciation for the material and all it is capable of. This doesn’t mean I’ll start knitting scarves anytime soon, but when I see one blowing from someone’s neck in the winter wind, thread pulled loose from the end, I won’t be […]Read more "Unravel"
Firewatch blazes fast and bright, when a slow burn is what really would’ve helped the game showcase all the great outdoors has to offer to a lazy homebody like me.Read more "Firewatch"
With Rise of the Tomb Raider pulling up behind only The Witcher 3 in my favorite games of 2015 list, this story driven DLC inspired by the story of Baba Yaga couldn’t get here fast enough. Time to extend the season of the witch!Read more "Rise of the Tomb Raider DLC: Baba Yaga: The Temple of the Witch"
Those who have played the entirety of the Arkham series will have no problem slipping back into the skin of Batman. Some might cry unoriginal, I say comfortable. Man does it feel good to be the Dark Knight again.Read more "Gaming Review: Batman: Arkham Knight"
I’ve never been blown away by the Assassin’s Creed DLC packs for all games in the series (though I never played those for III, which looked way cooler than the rest), and Freedom Cry continues this trend by being far from “need to play,” no matter how promising the protagonist is.Read more "Gaming Review: Assassin’s Creed IV DLC: Freedom Cry"
While playing Sid Meier’s Pirates! did you ever wish that you could take a microscope to that world to get a closer look at all the pirating going on? Then Assassin’s Creed IV: Black Flag is the game for you!Read more "Gaming Review: Assassin’s Creed IV: Black Flag"
I’m going to do my best to keep this write up short and sweet because as much as I enjoyed Batman: Arkham Origins, there really isn’t too much more to add past my Arkham City review seeing as there isn’t much change from that sequel to this prequel.Read more "Gaming Review: Batman: Arkham Origins"